Seroma After Gum Surgery. What should I do?
I had gum surgery 3 weeks ago where an infection was removed from my upper gum. I had 6 stitches. After a week, I had developed an infection in the blood stream and stitches could not be removed for 2 weeks due to swelling and pain; I was put on antibiotics. The pathology result of the initial infection removed showed it had developed its own blood cell. The endodontist said that she had never seen this before. I did have the infection for over 2 years, so should have seen it sooner. One week ago, I developed a seroma in the left breast, I had it drained and within 3 days it has now started coming back. What should I do?